Health News on July 20, 2011
Want to boost sperm count? Eat mangoes, carrots, apricots and almonds!
Researchers at the University of Western Australia have found that men who eat diet rich in antioxidants - vitamin E and beta-carotene - boost their chances of making a baby than those who don't. ANI
Girls spend more than 9 years dieting in lifetime with little desired results
Four in 10 women in Britain constantly go on a diet in a quest for the perfect shape - but one in six never loses any weight, a new study has revealed. ANI
Babies 'born to abused mums to have mental scars lifelong'
Children of mothers who were the victims of domestic abuse while pregnant are more likely to have lifelong mental scars, according to a new study. ANI
Want to stave off bowel disorder? Go veg
Vegetarians rejoice! Love thy food, as a new UK study has found that they are at a significantly lowered risk of developing a common bowel disease. ANI
Birth control pills may reduce a woman's bone density
A study has found that birth control pills may reduce a woman's bone density. ANI
Falls, balance problems may be early indicators of Alzheimer's disease
A new study has found that falling down and losing balance frequently may be early indicators of Alzheimer's disease. ANI